The Doug Kovacs Map of Lankhmar
Sep23

The Doug Kovacs Map of Lankhmar

They say a picture is worth 1000 words. That is the map for the upcoming DCC Lankhmar Boxed Set, and isn’t it a thing of beauty? The map is by Doug Kovacs, one of the stalwarts of Dungeon Crawl Classics, and is hand-painted in keeping with our approach here at Goodman Games. It will be printed on a poster that’s just under three feet tall, so that everyone will be able to appreciate the detail. Yes, we said that that map...

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Announcing DCC Lankhmar #8: The Land of the Eight Cities
Jul17

Announcing DCC Lankhmar #8: The Land of the Eight Cities

Goodman Games is thrilled to officially announce the latest news for the Dungeon Crawl Classics Lankhmar. Allow us to present to you: Dungeon Crawl Classics Lankhmar #8: The Land of The Eight Cities, written by Michael Curtis with cover art by William McAusland. North of Lankhmar lies the Land of the Eight Cities, a young realm lying in the shadows of the Great Forest and rich in natural resources. This barely-tamed wilderness is rife...

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Announcing Cover art for the DCC Lankhmar Adventures
Mar09

Announcing Cover art for the DCC Lankhmar Adventures

This is not a repeat from yesterday. Just a day ago, we announced the art for the cover and interior books for the Lankhmar Boxed Set. Today, we are happy to announce the covers for the Lankhmar Adventure Modules that will be coming out in conjunction with that boxed set! And what an amazing set of covers they are…. The cover lineup evokes memories of the pulp novels of decades past. If you feel like you’re looking at a spinner...

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Announcing Cover art for the DCC Lankhmar Boxed Set
Mar08

Announcing Cover art for the DCC Lankhmar Boxed Set

About a year ago, we launched a Kickstarter to create something special. You guys agreed, and made our Dungeon Crawl Classics Lankhmar Boxed Set a reality. You even went so far as to sponsor a trip for Michael Curtis to visit the Fritz Leiber Library in Houston, TX. Now the project is really moving along, and we have some news. And pictures. For those who have been wondering what wunderkind Doug Kovacs has been up to, we can tell you...

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Michael Curtis Visits Leiber’s Legendary Lankhmar Library in Houston
Feb12

Michael Curtis Visits Leiber’s Legendary Lankhmar Library in Houston

Report from the Archives by Michael Curtis In January, Michael Curtis traveled to Houston to research The Fritz Leiber Papers at the University of Houston. This amazing trip was funded by our Kickstarter for the DCC Lankhmar project. The Fritz Leiber Papers is comprised of correspondence, writings, original manuscripts, photographs, and even the author’s sword collection, all of which were donated to The University of Houston...

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Jennell Jaquays Returns to Lankhmar
Sep09

Jennell Jaquays Returns to Lankhmar

Fafhrd and the Grey Mouser never looked better! Jennell Jaquays is known to fans of classic D&D for her work for both Judges Guild and TSR, including her iconic work on Lankhmar illustrations in the AD&D book Deities & Demigods. Goodman Games is therefore very excited to announce that Jennell Jaquays has returned to Lankhmar illustration for the DCC Lankhmar project! Here are previews of just two of her dynamic...

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Lankhmar Goes To BackerKit!
Jun23

Lankhmar Goes To BackerKit!

If you were one of the fine folks who pledged their support for our new Lankhmar project, first off: THANK YOU! Secondly, it is not time to go and check your pledge. The Lankhmar Kickstarter has made the move to BackerKit, which is where you will finalize your selections, choose your add-ons, and make sure the address is correct so that we send the product out to the right place. You should have received an email about this directly...

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Lankhmar Ends Tonight! The Final Countdown!
Apr25

Lankhmar Ends Tonight! The Final Countdown!

Well, now that we have that song stuck in your head… It’s the tail-end of the Lankhmar Kickstarter! There is no time to wait. You have hours to get in on the goodness that is Fritz Leiber’s masterpiece brought to the world of Dungeon Crawl Classics. We are rapidly approaching every stretch goal for the campaign, but we need your help to get to them all! We want to send Michael Curtis to Houston to research! We want...

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Lankhmar Getting Closer!
Apr12

Lankhmar Getting Closer!

The Kickstarter for the Lankhmar Boxed Set just keeps getting better! Not only have we cleared our fourth stretch goal (Let’s go Five!), but we have just re-ordered those stretch goals to make them more appealing. The Dungeon Crawl Classics Lankhmar boxed set is going to be a reality, but with your help it can be so much more. We’re closing in on adding another adventure module to the set, and we can envision so much more...

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DCC Lankhmar is Coming Soon!
Dec26

DCC Lankhmar is Coming Soon!

DCC Lankhmar is Coming Soon! We hope you didn’t spend all your money over the holidays, because DCC Lankhmar is coming in early 2017! We have the license for products based on Fritz Lieber’s Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser stories, and we’ve been playtesting for nearly three years. DCC Lankhamr is almost ready for the world to see… If you can’t wait, don’t forget we already have a few Lankhmar products...

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Now In Stores: New DCC Treasure Chest
Nov21

Now In Stores: New DCC Treasure Chest

Not only do we have a great Black Friday sale going on right now, but we’ve also uncovered a new Treasure…. Available exclusively in retail stores this week is our new DCC Treasure Chest! This special bundle comes with 10 Dungeon Crawl Classics modules packed in a special collectible box featuring hand-painted art by Stefan Poag! The treasure chest contains the following modules: DCC #67: Sailors on the Starless Sea...

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The Vizier’s Interview: Michael Curtis
Aug18

The Vizier’s Interview: Michael Curtis

The Vizier’s (Inter)views: Michael Curtis Night lay upon North America, and Mars rode close to its sister world. The Martian Vizier had informed his Warlord that the subject would be asleep, but it was not so. Perhaps with some deadline yet to be met, Michael Curtis was both awake and (apparently) prepared for the contact. The Vizier appeared before the writer, almost as though he were standing there. Only faintly could one see...

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